Explore resources on the topic of trauma-informed, healing-centered child welfare systems that can be used to inform policy and practice.
Learn how child protection agencies can implement a trauma-informed, healing-centered approach to support children and families.
Learn how San Francisco uses Medicaid Administrative Activities (MAA) as a federal funding source to support its family resource centers.
Learn how the practice of hidden foster care practice can cause harm to families and why it should be avoided.
Learn about strategies for implementing Plans of Safe Care for infants with prenatal substance exposure.
Learn how Medicaid can be a key funding source for peer support services for youth in foster care.
Learn about the strategies that strengthen the co-parenting relationship between parents and caregivers.
Learn about program development and funding stream recommendations from kinship navigator program experts in several states.
Learn from research that explores how policies that reduce child poverty would result in lower involvement with child protective services.
How would reducing child poverty affect referrals to CPS and foster care placements? Would it reduce racial disproportionality? Learn more.